The Thoroughbred (1925)

Comedy-drama | 1925

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HISTORY

The Var review and some ads for the film list the title as The Thorobred ... More Less

The Var review and some ads for the film list the title as The Thorobred . More Less

SOURCE CITATIONS
SOURCE
DATE
PAGE
Film Daily
6 Sep 1925.
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Motion Picture News
19 Sep 1925
p. 1403.
Variety
26 Aug 1925
p. 26.
DETAILS
Alternate Title:
The Thorobred
Release Date:
1925
Premiere Information:
New York State license: 14 July 1925
New York opening: 21 August 1925
Physical Properties:
Silent
Black and White
Length(in feet):
5,481
Length(in reels):
6
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Passed by NBR:
No
SYNOPSIS

Wealthy Peter Bemis insists that his nephew, Robert Bemis, break into high society. Robert makes a manful try but only succeeds in falling in love with Mitzi Callahan, a beautiful and goodhearted chorus girl. Robert then buys an old racehorse from Mitzi's father and later thrashes a man who makes improper advances to the girl. Robert is arrested on the false charge of giving a bad check, and the horse, entered in the big race, loses badly. Peter is cleared of the suspicion of guilt, and he and Mitzi are wed with his uncle's ... +


Wealthy Peter Bemis insists that his nephew, Robert Bemis, break into high society. Robert makes a manful try but only succeeds in falling in love with Mitzi Callahan, a beautiful and goodhearted chorus girl. Robert then buys an old racehorse from Mitzi's father and later thrashes a man who makes improper advances to the girl. Robert is arrested on the false charge of giving a bad check, and the horse, entered in the big race, loses badly. Peter is cleared of the suspicion of guilt, and he and Mitzi are wed with his uncle's blessing. +

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